Charles Delaney

Charles Delaney

  • Highest Rated: 80% Front Page Woman (1935)
  • Lowest Rated: 80% Front Page Woman (1935)
  • Birthday: Aug 9, 1892
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • A breezy leading man of silent B-movies, New York-born Charles Delaney had been a stunt flier and vaudeville entertainer prior to entering films in 1922. Through the silent era, the dark-haired and handsome Delaney starred in, produced, and sometimes even wrote scores of low-budget action melodramas, usually portraying a happy-go-lucky entrepreneur ridding society of various ills. Never a major box office attraction but always a welcome name on a neighborhood theater marquee, Delaney belonged in the same category as Johnnie Walker, Glenn Tryon, and Richard Talmadge. All suffered a decline after the changeover to sound but Delaney hung in there and appeared in another 200 or so feature films, most often in bit roles. In the '50s the now veteran performer added a host of television appearances to his growing resumé.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

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No Score Yet The Beatniks Bayliss 1960
No Score Yet Winning of the West Jules Brent 1953
No Score Yet The Half-Breed Sergeant 1952
No Score Yet Kansas Raiders Pell 1950
No Score Yet Ten Laps to Go Steve 1938
No Score Yet Bank Alarm Duke 1937
No Score Yet The Gold Racket Joe 1937
No Score Yet Colleen Ship's Radio Operator 1936
No Score Yet Below the Deadline Artie Nolan 1936
80% Front Page Woman Reporter 1935
No Score Yet The Murder Man Cop 1935
No Score Yet What Price Crime Armstrong 1935
No Score Yet Captured in Chinatown Bob Martin 1935
No Score Yet The Fighting Trooper Blackie 1934
No Score Yet Elmer, the Great Johnny Abbott 1933
No Score Yet Corruption Charlie Jasper 1933
No Score Yet Hearts of Humanity Actor 1933
No Score Yet Officer 13 Sandy Malone 1933
No Score Yet The Big Timer Champ 1932
No Score Yet Millie Mike 1931
No Score Yet Air Police Lt. Andy Conroy 1931
No Score Yet The Cohens and Kellys in Paris Patrick Kelly 1928
No Score Yet Barbara Frietchie Arthur Frietchie 1924

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